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The big adventure bikes like bike winches, but for me a big reason for riding a TW is that it can be picked up, moved, recovered by a single person without special equipment.

That winch is nicely mounted though.
 

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That little winch would tear the rear subframe right off of a T-dub..
98% of the bike would still be stuck....LOL
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However, an option for a wench on the back of your bike might be of benefit.
If I feel the need may arise ,I have been known to carry a two and a three sheave
Pulley .. Along with a roll of rope.. it takes a lot of rope to set up for a forty foot pull.
It's really hard to try and balance the bike and pull the rope at the same time...LOL

Going backwards is almost impossible for me.. I pull forward if at all possible
 
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Yeah so youre not going to run a winch with the 60 w output of your tw electrical system. I guess if someone needs a winch on their bike they brought the wrong bike to the trail?

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I'm thinking you fellas missed the intent of the post. :)
 
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An ATV tire likely would have allowed TDubskid to summit that small snowy hill.:)
Lots of places though where a winch or pull/strap rig could save the day for the solo rider.
 
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